great car never seen one
The name says it all! 2005 Maserati Quattroporte. It just doesn’t get more beautiful. The other great entry is the Mazda RX8, with its rear suicide doors, but it’s still a four door that looks like a two door.
1955 Ford Fairlane
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Has to be the 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special.
I am perfectly okay with a shoebox Ford fordor. Lacey agrees.
Nice to see someone here posted a Jaguar MKX. Love it although I think the series 3 XJ6 is a better looking body style with somewhat less opulence.
LOVE IT. What a killer car.
1964 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Sedan - What a land yacht!
My 1962 Plymouth Valiant V200 4 door sedan. I have owned a 1961 4 door, two 1962 2 door hardtops, and this one which is ib really nice shape. The 4 door is solid and yet still has that classic European style. My dream is to retrofit one as a fully updated street machine. What a sleeper !
1965 & 1966 was hands down the all around best years for all GM models.
My favorite 4 doors are any of the 80s Jaguar series III XJs and Daimlers. They have been described as “art for your driveway” with “fenders like hips under silk”
67-69 Ford Thunderbird. The Galmorbirds.
Having owned two 1957 Pontiac Chieftain 4-door hardtops back in the late '50s, early '60s, I’d have to give those my vote. That being said, I really like my current 1957 Pontiac Chieftain 2-door.; I’m just glad I don’t have to ride in the back.
Nice wheels. Love the color; my '57 Chieftain is also red and white.
I am of the old school who would never be caught dead in a 4 door sedan, that was your mommy’s car. I may have had to drive hers but would never buy one. That said, I do not care for the current crop of 4 door sedans that so many like, their business. But in the late 50s through the mid 60s the big 3 offered 4 door hardtops, no center post, that all looked good. I’m a Ford guy but the big GMs and Chrysler products looked as good to me as the Fords and Mercurys.